Oryx Gaming Partners Up With BF Games To Access Greater Content

Oryx Gaming, a subsidiary of the Bragg Gaming Group, have welcomed on-board the slot and bingo material collection of the online casino player design studio BF Games.

The collaboration will give Oryx clients access to the full product range of BF Games, including the latest launches of Bonnie & Clyde, Aztec Adventure and Taste of China.

Claudia Melcaru, head of business development at BF Games, explained: “This partnership is a strategic step for both parties given Oryx’s strong market presence in central Europe, where our games have a proven record of high performance.

“Oryx’s ability to provide quick and easy access to content will boost our exposure with leading operators and we look forward to working together to deliver our best performing games to a wider audience.”

As BF Games aims to broaden its client scope, this collaboration with Oryx allows developers to access fresh economies and casino providers.

Oryx is accredited in a number of nations, including Colombia, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Malta, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Romania and the United Kingdom, with more controlled regions anticipated to enter the line-up for the rest of this year.

Matevz Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming, explained: “BF Games’ catalogue will make a valuable addition to our offering and we’re thrilled to provide our network with seamless access to their titles via Oryx Hub.

“BF Games’ titles have proven success in appealing to a diverse audience, and will serve as a strategic advantage as we look to further develop our market presence in Europe and expand our footprint in emerging regulated markets.”

Earlier this month, the complete range of BF Games internet games became accessible through the SoftGamings Platform following the two allocation agreements.

The arrangement allows SoftGamings to view the supplier’s compilation of more than 50 game games, including its major Book of Gods game, which rapidly became its most famous publication in its first month after its launch in July.

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